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James Bell

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  1. Just spotted one of mine on the Times online (T54FM6) - does anyone know if it appeared in today's (22nd) print edition? https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/register/the-quiet-phase-of-the-solar-cycle-gcgpg8v7z
  2. https://www.themercury.com.au/technology/brits-bask-in-recordbreaking-24c-easter-weekend-scorcher/news-story/0bd852b611df2d55c6edfa843e3eae70 These appeared on a site reproducing an article from the Sun online, but many of the images must have been swapped out, because I can't find them on the actual Sun website at the mo: T577G5 Soaking up the sunshine. Picture: Gerard Ferry/Alamy Live News T54NEH A man struggles to set up deckchairs on the beach to the amusement of his wife in Dorset. Picture: Graham Hunt/Alamy Live News The heatwave continues with hot and sunny weather. Picture: Carolyn Jenkins/Alamy Live News T54RNW The warm, sunny weather has brought large numbers of people and traffic to the Essex seafront town. Picture: Avpics / Alamy Live News No, this isn’t Bondi. Picture: Celia McMahon/Alamy Live News. T577CT A stunning sunset in Kent at the end of a sunny and warm day. Picture James Bell/Alamy Live News Brits lather up with sun cream on what could be the hottest day of the year so far. Credit: Carolyn Jenkins/Alamy Live News Looks comfy. Credit: Carolyn Jenkins/Alamy Live News
  3. Unfortunately, black and white images are not allowed for live news images, I had a couple removed when I tried it last year, and received an email to the same effect.
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